RU2492784C2 - Plate furniture system and method for its assemblies manufacture - Google Patents

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RU2492784C2
RU2492784C2 RU2011123094/12A RU2011123094A RU2492784C2 RU 2492784 C2 RU2492784 C2 RU 2492784C2 RU 2011123094/12 A RU2011123094/12 A RU 2011123094/12A RU 2011123094 A RU2011123094 A RU 2011123094A RU 2492784 C2 RU2492784 C2 RU 2492784C2
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FIELD: personal use articles.
SUBSTANCE: systemic panel furniture includes: a certain number of panels inclusive of a side panel and an insulation panel, a certain number of connective elements, a certain number of systemic holes that are arranged in the side panel and include a certain number of front row holes and a certain number of rear row holes, and a certain number of mounting holes for connective elements made in the insulation panel, the mounting holes for connective elements including a certain number of front row mounting holes and a certain number of rear row mounting holes, the distances between the holes equal to 32·n, where n is an integer; each systemic hole and each mounting hole for a connective element positioned on a grid with mesh interval equal to 32, the distance between centres of systemic holes in the insulation panel and the neighbouring front edge equal to w, where w is the anchor point parameter; the connective elements pass through the systemic holes to connect the insulation panels to the side panels; the length b of the insulation panels and the distance between two side panels are identical and preset as equal to (32·n + 2·f), where f is the distance from the connection point of the connective element and the insulation panel to the connection point of the eccentric connector and the side panel (1), n being an integer.
EFFECT: invention is aimed at manufacture of panels for modification of the traditional R&D method.
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Description

Technical field

The invention relates to a technology for the production of panel furniture, especially to systemic panel furniture and a method for the production of panels or similar parts of systemic panel furniture.

Background to the invention

At the beginning of the last century, the use of composite wood panels as building materials began with the industrial revolution in Europe. Since that time, people have been trying to apply them in the field of furniture production and for this purpose they conduct research and development work. In 1960, the German supplier company, Hettich Group, invented steel blind hinges

and registered them as a 32 mm system. Since that time, composite wood panels have been widely used in furniture manufacturing and, therefore, form the emerging modern industry, i.e. panel furniture industry. Since that time, a new production mode has appeared in traditional furniture production, which quickly entered the stage of industrialization. After 40 years of development, the production of panel furniture has become more mature. Manufacturing devices, related metal accessories and raw materials and auxiliary materials have also become more mature and standardized, and this creates a favorable condition for the panel furniture industry to move to the stage of system design taking into account the improved conditions for standardized production. However, there were still some limiting factors in the development of the panel furniture industry. Due to the lack of knowledge on industrial design in the field of panel furniture, many companies producing panel furniture still have difficulties in obtaining a system design that includes the entire development cycle, including the stages of R&D, production of products, sales and services. Therefore, the production of panel furniture was not able to increase productivity and the level of service in order to sufficiently meet the needs of consumers due to the lack of systemic considerations for factors that include increased use of materials, standardization of parts, product output, flexibility in part compatibility and functional diversity.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

One aspect of the invention is to provide a systemic panel furniture and a method for manufacturing its panels to modify the traditional R&D method, the existing complex manufacturing process, and traditional sales and services adopted in the traditional panel furniture industry.

The invention can be implemented according to the technical characteristics described below. System panel furniture includes various panels and connectors. Panels include side panel, insulation panel, door panel, and drawer panel. A number of system holes are made in the side panel. A number of mounting holes of the front row and mounting holes of the rear row are made in the insulation panel. System holes include a number of front row system holes and rear row system holes. Each hole spacing, i.e., the distance between the centers of each two adjacent holes, is 32 n, where n is an integer. In other words, the center of each system hole is located on a grid with a cell spacing of 32 mm, and the center of each mounting hole is located on another grid having a cell spacing of 32 mm. The door panel refers to the type of external covering structure or to the type of integrated structure. The distance between the centers of the front row mounting holes in the insulation panel and the front edge of the insulation panel is w. If the door panel and the drawer panel are of the type of external cover structure, the distance between the centers of the system openings of the front row in the side panel and the front edge of the insulation panel is w. If the door panel and the drawer panel are of the type of integrated structure, the distance between the centers of the front row system holes in the side panel and the front edge of the insulation panel is the sum of w and the distance between the front edge of the side panel and the front edge of the insulation panel. The vertical size of the drawer panel is 32n-r. The vertical size of the door panel is 32nk-r, where w is the value of the positioning parameter, n is an integer, k is an integer, and r is the tolerance value. The value of w can be set as 37 mm.

The value of k usually corresponds to the actual height of the drawer panel. In general, the value of k in the same system is a multiple of 2, for example: 2, 4, 6, 8, 12 and a sequence of numbers obtained in a similar way. If the height of the drawer panel is greater, the value of k in the same system is a multiple of 1, for example: 1, 2, 3, 4 and a sequence of numbers obtained in a similar way. If the height of the drawer panel is less, the k value in the same system is a multiple of 3, for example: 3, 6, 9, 12 and a sequence of numbers obtained in a similar way.

The outer cover structure referred to in the present invention is defined as having front edges of a side panel and an insulation panel aligned with an inner surface of a door panel or a drawer panel. The integrated structure referred to in the present invention is defined as having a leading edge of a side panel higher than an inner surface of a door panel or a drawer panel.

Based on the positioning parameter, after the position of the front row system holes is determined, since the distances between the front row system holes and the rear row system holes in the side panel and the insulation panel are 32n, it is thus possible to determine the position of the rear row system holes, where n is integer.

The distances of the upper edge and lower edge from the centers of the adjacent neighboring system holes corresponding to them are d-m, respectively, where d is the thickness of the insulation panel and m is the eccentricity of the eccentric connector. The distances of the left edge and the right edge from the centers of the respective adjacent mounting holes in the insulation panel are f, respectively, where f is the distance between the connecting center and the connecting end of the eccentric connector mounted on the insulation panel. After determining the values of d and m based on the requirements of design and production, the dimensions of the panels and the positions for processing are determined.

During the drilling process, to make several handle mounting holes in the drawer panel or door panel on demand, in order to support the unified industrial production of this furniture system, a positioning parameter should be selected which is preferably w, i.e. the distance between the center of the handle mounting holes and the adjacent edge of the panels is w.

The vertical size of the side panel is 32n + 2 (d-m), where d is the thickness of the insulating panel and m is the eccentricity of the eccentric connector. The eccentricity values of the selected eccentric connectors can be 6, 7, 7.5, 8, 9.5, 11, 14.5, where “6” and “8” are most often used. The distance between the two ends of the insulation panel is 32n + 2f, where f is the distance between the center of the hole and the connecting end of the eccentric connector.

If the drawer panel is an external cover structure, the horizontal size or dimension of the drawer panel is b + e-r. If the drawer panel is of the type of integrated structure, the horizontal size of the drawer panel is b-r, where b is the length of the insulating panel, e is the thickness of the side panel, and r is the tolerance value.

In the example of a single door placed above or below the drawer, the horizontal size of the door panel is b + e-r, when the horizontal size of the door panel is identical to the horizontal size of the panel of the drawer, i.e. the door panel refers to the type of external closing structure; the horizontal size of the door panel is b-r when the door panel is of the type of integrated structure. In another example of a double door placed above or below the drawer, the horizontal dimension of the door panel is (b + e): 2-r when the door panel is of the type of external closing structure; the horizontal dimension of the door panel is b + 2-r when the door panel is of the type of integrated structure. The above length b is the length of the insulating panel, e is the thickness of the side panel, and r is the tolerance value.

The value of r, i.e. tolerance value, determined by the established tolerance value at the product design stage. At the actual production stage, each panel must be processed according to several processing operations, including cutting the panel, sealing the panel, drilling holes, assembling metal accessories, joining and assembling. The absolute values of the average errors are usually not less than 0.2 at each stage due to the effects of errors during machining and manual installation. Therefore, the set tolerance value r is usually greater than 2 and less than the thickness of the insulation panel. The value of r can be an integer or a decimal point number. In order to achieve standardization of the panel in height, the set r values are preferably kept unchanged. For example, if the vertical size of the drawer panel is 32n-3, this means that the set tolerance value is 3, respectively, the vertical size of the door panel is set to 32nk-3, and the r value of the drawer panel and the door panel in the horizontal direction are respectively set to 3 .

The distance between the centers of the hinge door panel mounting holes and the edge of the door panel is 32n + 13 + d-m, where n is an integer, d is the thickness of the insulation panel, m is the eccentricity of the eccentric connector. The distances between the centers of the mounting holes for the hinges and the adjacent side edge of the door panel are determined by the height of the base of the hinge and the thickness of the door panel, respectively, and this distance is from 20.5 to 28.5. The height difference between the upper edge of the door panel and the upper surface of the corresponding insulation panel is the set tolerance value r, i.e., the upper edge of the door panel is lower than the upper surface of the corresponding insulation panel for r, in millimeters. The lower edge of the door panel is parallel and aligned with the upper surface of the corresponding insulation panel. The hinge mounting holes are usually drilled on a mortising machine, and the processing of the hinge mounting holes and the handle mounting hole is usually performed twice so that the distance between the centers of the hinge mounting holes and the centers of the handle mounting holes is not specifically limited.

The present invention provides a method for producing panels of system panel furniture. This method includes the steps of cutting panels, sealing edges and drilling holes. In the hole drilling step, the positioning parameter for the front row mounting holes is set to w, i.e. the distance between the centers of the mounting holes of the front row and the front edge of the insulation panel is w. If the door panel or the drawer panel is of the type of external closing structure, the positioning parameter of the front row mounting holes is w, i.e., the distance between the centers of the front row system holes and the front edge of the side panel is w. If the door panel or drawer panel is of the type of integrated design, the positioning parameter of the front row mounting holes is equal to the sum of w and the distance between the front edge of the side panel and the front edge of the insulation panel, i.e., the distance between the centers of the front row system holes and the front edge the side panel is the sum of w and the distance between the front edge of the side panel and the front edge of the insulation panel. By adopting the positioning parameter at the stage of drilling holes, a uniform quality of processing of panels is maintained, and mass production of panels is realized.

The above value of w, i.e., the value of the positioning parameter, must be a fixed value, but this value can be selected from several. In light of the requirement for the location of the hole for the base of the traditional loop, the w value should be set to 37 mm.

In order to determine the size of furniture panels, specialists in this field should refer to the average panel cutting parameters and additional panel cutting parameters from the table of panel cutting parameters, subject to the above calculation requirements.

One advantage of the present invention is that all panels of system furniture meet the requirements of standardization and production of system panel furniture in order to maximize the use of materials for the final products, to achieve systematization of production and processing, and a high degree of standardization of panels. Any material used in the manufacture of panel furniture, as well as the corresponding standardized accessories, plastic material and metal accessories can be used in the present invention. Therefore, the flexibility of the functions, shapes and styles of furniture products can be enhanced by using only a limited number of required panels. By adopting the system furniture of the present invention, the advantages described below can be achieved. Firstly, the simplification of design is achieved, and the processing of panel furniture leads to increased diversity and an expanded selection of forms and styles. The user can assemble panel furniture more freely according to his needs, achieving complete personalization and having increased freedom in forming different combinations of panel furniture. Secondly, the use of materials for the final products is increased as a result of the optimized cutting parameters of the panels of the present invention. In addition, the cost of processing in the manufacturing process can be drastically reduced since each panel is heavily standardized. Thirdly, production efficiency is greatly improved. The standardization of product specifications in the present invention provides increased use of materials in the final product. By standardizing the panels in height, mass production can be achieved, and production efficiency can be significantly improved to make production management more streamlined.

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FIG. 1 is a diagram of a side panel that corresponds to a door panel or a drawer panel of an external cover structure type.

FIG. 2 is a diagram of a side panel that corresponds to a door panel or a drawer panel of a built-in type.

FIG.3 is a diagram of an insulating panel on which an eccentric connector is installed (category number: VB35) manufactured by the Hettich Group company.

FIG. 4 is a diagram of an insulating panel on which an eccentric connector is installed (category number: VB35) manufactured by the Hettich Group.

FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram of a drawer panel of an external closure type.

FIG.6 is a diagram of the panel drawer type built-in design.

FIG. 7 is a diagram of a single door door panel when the single door corresponds to a drawer panel of an external closing structure type.

FIG. 8 is a diagram of a door panel of a double door when the double door corresponds to a drawer panel of the type of an external closing structure.

FIG. 9 is a diagram of a single door door panel when the single door corresponds to a drawer panel of an integrated construction type.

FIG. 10 is a diagram of a door panel of a double door when the double door corresponds to a drawer panel of an integrated construction type.

11 is a diagram of a cabinet according to the first embodiment.

12 is a cabinet diagram of a second embodiment.

FIG.13 is a diagram of a cabinet according to a third embodiment.

FIG. 14 is a diagram of a cabinet according to a fourth embodiment.

15 is a cabinet diagram of a fifth embodiment.

FIG.16 is a diagram of a cabinet according to a sixth embodiment.

17 is a diagram of a cabinet according to a seventh embodiment.

FIG. 18 is a cabinet diagram of an eighth embodiment.

FIG. 19 is a diagram of a cabinet according to a ninth embodiment.

20 is a cabinet diagram of a tenth embodiment.

21 is a cabinet diagram of an eleventh embodiment.

FIG.22 is a diagram of a cabinet according to a twelfth embodiment.

23 is a cabinet diagram of a thirteenth embodiment.

24 is a cabinet diagram of a fourteenth embodiment.

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The present invention provides systemic panel furniture. System panel furniture includes a number of panels and connectors. Panels include side panel, insulation panel, door panel, and drawer panel. The insulation panel includes a top panel, a bottom panel, a drawer panel, and other horizontal connection panels. The system also includes some functional components. Functional components are components included in furniture that has a specific function, for example: a drawer body, a hanger for trousers and other independent components that have a specific function.

A door panel or drawer panel refers to the type of external closure structure or the type of integrated structure. The type of external cover structure referred to in the present invention is defined as having leading edges of a side panel and an insulating panel aligned with an inner surface of a door panel or a drawer panel. The type of integrated structure referred to in the present invention is defined as having a leading edge of a side panel higher than an inner surface of a door panel or a drawer panel. The side panel has several system holes. System openings are openings made in panels that are used to install, connect, position, or adjust the height of the insulation panel. System holes include a number of front row system holes and rear row system holes. A number of mounting holes for the connectors are made in the insulation panel. Mounting holes include a number of front row mounting holes and a number of rear row mounting holes. The distances between the system holes and between the mounting holes for the connectors are 32n, where n is an integer. In other words, the center of each system hole and the center of each installation hole are located on grids having a cell spacing of 32. The features of the invention can be better understood from the following description taken together with the accompanying drawings. The eccentric connector in this embodiment is an eccentric connector manufactured by Hettich Group, whose category number is VB35 or VB36.

Figure 1 shows the side panel 1. A number of system holes made in the side panel is divided into a number of system holes of the front row 5 and a number of system holes of the rear row 5 '. The centers of the system openings of the front row 5 and the centers of the system openings of the rear row 5 'are arranged along grids having a cell spacing of 32 mm. The interval between the back row system holes and the front system holes is 32p. The distances of the upper edge and lower edge from the centers of the corresponding neighboring system holes are d-m, respectively. The vertical size of the side panel is 32n + 2 (d-m), where d is the thickness of the insulating panel and m is the eccentricity value of the eccentric connector. The eccentricity value of the selected eccentric connector can be set to 6, 7, 7.5, 8, 9.5, 11, 14.5, where “6” and “8” are used most often. The system holes in the side panel are of the type of blind holes or the type of through holes, when the system holes are of the type of through holes, the location of the system holes on the outer surface of the side panel corresponds to the location of the system holes on the visible surface. The connecting chute 9 is made in the vertical direction of the side panel and is used to install the rear panel. The rear panel can be directly inserted into the connecting chute 9. If the door panel or the drawer panel is of the type of external closing structure, the positioning parameter of the front row mounting holes is set to w, i.e., the distance between the centers of the front row system holes and the side edge The panel equals w, where w is the value of the positioning parameter. As shown in FIG. 2, when the door panel or drawer panel is a type of integrated structure, the positioning parameter of the front row mounting holes is the sum of w and the distance between the front edge of the side panel 1 and the front edge of the insulation panel, i.e. the sum of w and the distance between the front edge of the side panel and the front edge of the insulation panel, namely w + i, as shown in the drawing.

The insulation panel shown in FIG. 3 can be used to install an eccentric connector manufactured by Hettich Group (category number: VB35). A number of mounting holes in the insulation panel may be divided into a number of mounting holes of the front row 6 and a number of mounting holes of the rear row 6 '. These mounting holes are used to mount the eccentric connector; and the center of each hole is located on grids having a cell spacing of 32. The positioning parameter of the front row mounting holes is set to w, i.e. the distance between the centers of the mounting holes of the front row and the front edge of the insulation panel is w, where w is the value of the positioning parameter. The distance of the left edge and the right edge of the insulating panel 2 from the centers of the corresponding adjacent mounting holes is f, respectively. The distance between the two ends of the insulating panel 2 is 32n + 2f, where f is the distance between the center of the hole and the connecting end of the eccentric connector.

Insulation panel 2, shown in FIG. 4, is used to install an eccentric connector manufactured by Hettich Group (category number: VB36). Compared to the insulation panel shown in FIG. 3, the insulation panel 2 shown in FIG. 4 also includes a number of 6 ”fixing holes. The distance between the mounting holes 6 and the fixing holes 6” is 32. Therefore, the center of each hole is located on a grid having a cell spacing of 32.

A number of mounting holes 7 for the handle is made in the panel of the drawer 3 shown in FIG.5. The interval between the mounting holes 7 for the handle is 32n, where n is an integer multiple of 32. In order to mass-produce the panels, the positioning parameter of the mounting holes 7 for the handle is set to w, i.e. the distance between the centers of the mounting holes 7 for the handle and the adjacent edge of the side panel is w, where w is the value of the positioning parameter. The vertical size of drawer panel 3 is 32n-r, where n is an integer. If the drawer panel is an external cover structure, the horizontal size of the drawer panel is b + e-r. 6, where the drawer panel is a type of integrated structure, the horizontal size of the drawer panel is b-r, where b is the length of the insulation panel, e is the thickness of the side panel, and r is the tolerance value.

A number of mounting holes 7 for the handle and a number of mounting holes 8 for the hinges are made in the door panel 4 shown in FIG.7. The distance between the mounting holes 7 for the handle is 32n, and the distance between the mounting holes 8 for the loops is also 32n, where n is an integer. Since the loop hole 8 is usually drilled on a slotting machine, the distance between the center of the handle mounting hole 7 and the center of the loop mounting hole 8 is not particularly limited. In order to realize the industrial mass production of panels and drilling to make a number of handle mounting holes 7, the positioning parameter of the handle mounting holes 7 is also set to w, i.e. the distance between the centers of the mounting holes 7 for the handle and the adjacent edge of the side panel is w, where w is the value of the positioning parameter. The height of the door panel 4 is determined by the height of the drawer panel. Namely, when the vertical size of the drawer panel is 32n-r, the vertical size of the door panel is 32nk-r, where w is the value of the positioning parameter, n is an integer, and k is an integer. The value of k usually corresponds to the actual height of the drawer panel. In general, the value of k in the same system is a multiple of 2, for example: 2, 4, 6, 8, 12 and a sequence of numbers obtained in a similar way. If the height of the drawer panel is greater, the value of k in the same system is a multiple of 1, for example: 1, 2, 3, 4 and a sequence of numbers obtained in a similar way. If the height of the drawer panel is less, the k value in the same system is a multiple of 3, for example: 3, 6, 9, 12 and a sequence of numbers obtained in a similar way. The horizontal size of the door panel 4 is determined by the horizontal size of the drawer panel, if the door panel is of the type of external covering structure. If a single door is placed above or below the drawer, the horizontal dimension of the door panel is identical to the horizontal dimension of the drawer panel, i.e. b + e-r. See FIG. 8, where the double door is located above or below the drawer, the horizontal size of the door panel is (b + e): 2-r, where b is the length of the insulation panel, e is the thickness of the side panel, and r is the tolerance value. In order to ensure standardization of the panel, the height difference between the top edge of the door panel and the top surface of the corresponding insulation panel is the tolerance value r set by the system. The lower edge of the door panel 4 is parallel and aligned with the upper surface of the insulation panel. If the door panel is of the type of integrated structure as shown in FIG. 9 and the single door is placed above or below the drawer, the horizontal size of the door panel is identical to the horizontal size of the drawer panel, i.e. b-r. See FIG. 10, where the double door is located above or below the drawer, the horizontal size of the door panel is b: 2-r, where b is the length of the insulation panel and r is the tolerance value.

Installation holes 7 for the handle of the door panel 4 can be made not only in the middle place, as shown in the drawing, but also in other places. During processing, drilling is performed at predetermined locations for the mounting holes for the handle. The depth of the mounting holes for the handle is limited to 1-2 mm from the surface of the door panel, i.e. these holes are blind. The handle can be installed as required by the user. The distance between the centers of the hinge mounting holes 8 and the top edge of the door panel is 32n + 13 + d-m to ensure alignment between the large and small door panels during product modification, orderliness and uniform alignment between the door panel and the drawer panel.

When the distance from the hinge hole at the upper end to the upper edge of the door panel is not equal to the distance from the hinge hole at the lower end to the lower edge of the door panel, the type of door panel will be divided into the type of left door panel and the type of right door panel, when the difference between the distance from the top edge of the door panel to its adjacent hinge hole and the distance from the lower edge of the door panel to its adjacent hinge hole is less than 2 mm, and due to the range vertical adjustment ± 2 basic loop, in general, all the insertion holes for loops can be shifted up or down to make the distance of the mounting holes for hinges from the upper edge equal to such a distance from the lower edge. The difference between the actual numbers after adjustment and the calculation of numbers before adjustment is approximately 0.5-1, but this will not affect the alignment requirement during furniture joining and door panel installation. The above method of processing the mounting holes for the handle and the mounting holes for the hinges prevents the division of this type of door panel into a left door panel and a right door panel, thereby increasing the versatility and interchangeability of the door panel and allowing to achieve a high degree of standardization of the door panel.

The distance between the centers of the mounting holes and the adjacent edge of the door panel is determined by the height of the base of the hinge and the thickness of the door panel. This distance can be set as 20.5-28.5.

The present invention provides a method for manufacturing a panel of system panel furniture. This method includes the steps of cutting a panel, sealing the panel, and drilling holes. When drilling holes, the positioning parameter of the front row mounting holes is set to w, i.e. the distance between the centers of the mounting holes of the front row and the front edge of the insulation panel is w. If the door panel or the drawer panel is of the type of external closing structure, the positioning parameter of the front row mounting holes is w, i.e. the distance between the centers of the front row system holes and the edge of the side panel is w. If the door panel or drawer panel is of the type of integrated structure, the positioning parameter of the front row mounting holes is the sum of w and the distance between the front edge of the side panel and the front edge of the insulation panel, i.e. the distance between the centers of the front row system openings and the edge of the side panel is the sum of w and the distance between the front edge of the side panel and the front edge of the insulation panel, where w is the value of the positioning parameter. The positioning parameter is used to provide a standard arrangement of holes in the panels and to drill holes at a time, regardless of how many holes are required. Panels of different sizes can be machined by installing the appropriate drill and without adjusting the machine to increase drilling efficiency. In order to determine the size of a furniture panel, a person skilled in the art should be guided by the average panel cutting parameters and additional panel cutting parameters from the table of panel cutting parameters, and must also comply with the above calculation requirements in order to maximize the use of material in the final products.

The following tables show the cutting parameters for panels of different specifications. To determine the average cutting parameters of the panels, the formula (x-4s-12) is used: s + 1).

4 × 8 ft panel cutting table Unit Type: mm 1220 (x) Number of passes (s) Average cutting parameters Additional cutting options 0 1208 one 602 602 2 400 804 400 3 299 905 602 299 four 238.4 965.6 723.2 480.8 238.4 5 198 1006 804 602 400 198 6 169.1 1034.6 861.5 688.4 515.3 342.2 169.1 7 147.5 1056.5 905 753.5 602 450.5 299 147.5 8 130.7 1073.6 938.9 804.2 669.5 534.8 400.1 265.4 130.7 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2440 (x) Number of passes (s) Average cutting parameters Additional cutting options 0 2428 one 1212 1212 2 806.7 1617.4 806.6 3 604 1820 1212 604 four 482.4 1941.6 1455.2 968.8 482.4 5 401.3 2022.5 1617.2 1211.9 806.6 401.3 6 343.4 2080,4 1733 1385.6 1038.2 690.8 343.4 7 300 2124 1820 1516 1212 908 604 300 8 266.2 2157.6 1887.4 1617.2 1347 1076.8 806.6 536.4 266.2 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Table of cutting parameters for the panel 5 × 8 feet Unit: mm 1525 (x) Number of passes (s) Average cutting parameters Additional cutting options 0 1513 one 754.5 754.3 2 501.7 1007.4 501.7 3 375.3 1133.9 754.6 375.3 four 299.4 1209.6 906.2 602.8 299.4 5 248.8 1264 1007,2 754.4 501.6 248.8 6 212.7 1296.2 1079.5 862.8 646.1 429.4 212.7 7 185.6 1323.2 1133.6 944 754.4 564.8 375.2 185.6 8 164.6 1344.8 1176.2 1007.6 839 670.4 501.8 333,2 164.6 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2440 (x) Number of passes (s) Average cutting parameters Additional cutting options 0 2428 one 1212 1212 2 806.7 1617.4 806.6 3 604 1820 1212 604 four 482.4 1941.6 1455.2 968.8 482.4 5 401.3 2022.5 1617.2 1211.9 806.6 401.3 6 343.4 2080,4 1733 1385.6 1038.2 690.8 343.4 7 300 2124 1820 1516 1212 908 604 300 8 266.2 2157.6 1887.4 1617.2 1347 1076.8 806.6 536.4 266.2 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Table of cutting parameters for the panel 6 × 8 feet Unit: mm 1830 (x) Number of passes (s) Average cutting parameters Additional cutting options 0 1818 one 907 907 2 603.3 1210.6 603.3 3 451.5 1362.5 907 451.5 four 360,4 1453.6 1089,2 724.8 360,4 5 299.7 1514.5 1210.8 907.1 603.4 299.7 6 256.3 1557.8 1297.5 1037.2 776.9 516.6 256.3 7 223.8 1590.6 1362.8 1135 907.2 679.4 451.6 223.8 8 198.4 1615.2 1412.8 1210.4 1008 805.6 603.2 400.8 198.4 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2440 (x) Number of passes (s) Average cutting parameters Additional cutting options 0 2428 one 1212 1212 2 806.7 1617.4 806.6 3 604 1820 1212 604 four 482.4 1941.6 1455.2 968.8 482.4 5 401.3 2022.5 1617.2 1211.9 806.6 401.3 6 343.4 2080,4 1733 1385.6 1038.2 690.8 343.4 7 300 2124 1820 1516 1212 908 604 300 8 266.2 2157.6 1887.4 1617.2 1347 1076.8 806.6 536.4 266.2

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Table of cutting parameters for the panel 6 × 10 feet Unit: mm 1830 (x) Number of passes (s) Average cutting parameters Additional cutting options 0 1818 one 907 907 2 603.3 1210.6 603.3 3 451.5 1362.5 907 451.5 four 360,4 1453.6 1089,2 724.8 360,4 5 299.7 1514.5 1210.8 907.1 603.4 299.7 6 256.3 1557.8 1297.5 1037.2 776.9 516.6 256.3 7 223.8 1590.6 1362.8 1135 907.2 679.4 451.6 223.8 8 198.4 1615.2 1412.8 1210.4 1008 805.6 603.2 400.8 198.4 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 3050 (x) Number of passes (s) Average cutting parameters Additional cutting options 0 3038 one 1517 1517 2 1010 2024 1010 3 756.5 2277.5 1517 756.5 four 604.4 2429.6 1821.2 1212.8 604.4 5 503 2531 2024 1517 1010 503 6 430.6 2603.6 2169 1734.4 1299.8 865.2 430.6 7 376.2 2657.4 2277.2 1897 1516.8 1136.6 756.4 376.2 8 334 2700 2362 2024 1686 1348 1010 672 334 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... Table of cutting parameters for the panel 6 × 12 feet Unit: mm 1830 (x) Number of passes (s) Average cutting parameters Additional cutting options 0 1818 one 907 907 2 603.3 1210.6 603.3 3 451.5 1362.5 907 451.5 four 360,4 1453.6 1089,2 724.8 360,4 5 299.7 1514.5 1210.8 907.1 603.4 299.7 6 256.3 1557.8 1297.5 1037.2 776.9 516.6 256.3 7 223.8 1590.6 1362.8 1135 907.2 679.4 451.6 223.8 8 198.4 1615.2 1412.8 1210.4 1008 805.6 603.2 400.8 198.4

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 3660 (x) Number of passes (s) Average cutting parameters Additional cutting options 0 3648 one 1822 1822 - 2 1213.3 2430.6 1213.3 3 909 2735 1822 909 four 726.4 2917.6 2187.2 1456.8 726.4 5 604.7 3039.5 2430.8 1822.1 1213.4 604.7 6 517.7 3126.2 2604.5 2082.8 1561.1 1039,4 517.7 7 452.5 3191.5 2735 2278.5 1822 1365.5 909 452.5 8 401.8 3242,4 2836.6 2430.8 2025 1619.2 1213 808 401.8 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...

The features of the invention will be described in more detail in the following description of the attached specific meanings. Firstly, some panel parameter values are set. The value of the positioning parameter is set to 37, the thickness of the side panel is set to 25, the thickness of the insulation panel is set to 25, the thickness of the drawer panel is set to 16, the thickness of the door panel is set to 16, and the tolerance value is set to 3. An eccentric connector mounted on the insulation panel , manufactured by Hettich Group, and its category number is VB35. The eccentricity of the eccentric connector is set to 8. The distance between the center of the hole and the connecting end of the eccentric connector is 9.5. By performing the calculation based on the above stated value and technical features of the present invention, the side panel height value can be set to 2338, 2018, 1698, 1378, 1058, 738 or 418, the side panel width is set to 316. The length of the insulation panel can be set to 787 or 563 and its width is set to 298. The height of the door panel can be set to 637, 1277 and 1917, and its horizontal size or dimension can be set to 585 or 403. The horizontal size of the drawer panel can be set Installed as 809 or 585, and its height is 157. The door panel has mounting holes for the hinges and mounting holes for the handle. The distance between the mounting holes for the handle is 64. The distance between the upper edge of the door panel and the centers of adjacent holes for the hinge should be set to 94 according to calculations based on the technical features of the present invention, and when performing these calculations, the distance between the lower edge of the door panel and the centers of adjacent the hinge holes must be set to 95. In order to prevent the division of the door panel type into the left door panel and the right door panel, all installation holes tions for hinges must be shifted down to 0.5 by the procedure of processing mounting holes for hinges of the present invention so that the distance between the upper edge, the lower edge of the door panel and the respective adjacent holes equal to 94.5. According to the above different sizes of panels, the user can assemble the panel furniture shown in FIG. 11-FIG. 24 and its other types, thereby achieving a structural variety of panel furniture. Furthermore, even without size modification in the specification, measuring materials with different textures can expand the variety of panel furniture to achieve mass production of panel furniture panels. The units for all sizes in the present invention are millimeters.

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1. System panel furniture, including a number of panels, including a side panel (1) and an insulating panel (2), a number of connectors, a number of system holes (5, 5 '), and the system holes are made in the side panel (1) and system holes include a number of front row system holes (5) and a number of rear row system holes (5 '), and a number of mounting holes (6, 6') for connectors made in the insulation panel (2), and mounting holes for connectors on There are a number of front row mounting holes (6) and a number of rear row mounting holes (6 '), characterized in that all the distances between the holes are 32 · n, where n is an integer, each system hole (5, 5') and each mounting hole (6, 6 ') for the connecting element is located on the grid with an interval of cell 32, the distance between the centers of the system holes (5) in the insulation panel (2) and the adjacent leading edge is w, where w is the parameter of the reference point, and connectors pass through system holes (5, 5 ') to connect the insulating panels (2) to the side panels (1), the length b of the insulating panels (2) and the distance between the two side panels (1) are identical and defined as (32 · n + 2 · f), where f is the distance from the connecting point of the connector and the insulating panel (2) to the connecting point of the eccentric connector and the side panel (1), and n is an integer.
2. System panel furniture according to claim 1, characterized in that the panels further comprise a door panel (4) and a drawer panel, wherein the door panel (4) and the drawer panel are of the type of external covering structure or the type of built-in structure, distance between the centers of the system openings of the front row and the adjacent front edge is w, when the door panel (4) and the drawer panel are of the type of external closing structure, the distance between the centers of the system openings of the front row and the adjacent front the edge is the sum of w and the distance between the front edge of the side panel (1) and the front edge of the insulation panel (2), when the door panel (4) and the drawer panel are of the type of integrated structure, the vertical size of the drawer panel is (32 · nr ), and the vertical size of the door panel is (32 · n · kr), where n is an integer, k is an integer, and r is the tolerance value.
3. Systemic panel furniture according to claim 1, characterized in that the distances to the upper edge and lower edge of the side panel (1) from the centers of the corresponding neighboring system openings are equal (d - m), and d is the thickness of the insulation panel (2), and m is the eccentricity value of the eccentric connector.
4. System panel furniture according to claim 1, characterized in that the vertical size of the side panel (1) is (32 · n + 2 · (dm)), where d is the thickness of the insulation panel (2), and m is the eccentricity eccentric connector.
5. System panel furniture according to claim 1, characterized in that the distance between the two ends of the insulation panel (2) is (32 · n + 2 · f), and f is the distance between the center of the hole and the connecting end of the eccentric connector in the insulation panel ( 2).
6. The system panel furniture according to claim 2, characterized in that the horizontal size of the drawer panel is (b + er) when the drawer panel is of the type of external cover structure and the horizontal size of the drawer panel is (br), when the drawer panel is an integrated structure, where b is the length of the insulation panel (2) and e is the thickness of the side panel (1).
7. The system panel furniture according to claim 2, characterized in that the horizontal size of the drawer panel is ((b + e) / 2-r) when the drawer has a double door and the double door is an external closing structure, and the horizontal size of the drawer panel is (b / 2-r) when the drawer has a double door and the double door is a type of integrated structure, where b is the length of the insulation panel (2) and e is the thickness of the side panel (1).
8. System panel furniture according to any one of claims 2, 6, 7, characterized in that the r value is greater than 2 and less than the thickness of the insulation panel (2).
9. System panel furniture according to claim 2, characterized in that the distance between the edge of the door panel and the center of the installation hole for the drilled hole for the hinge is (32 · n + 13 + dm), where d is the thickness of the insulation panel (2), m is the eccentricity value of the eccentric connector.
10. A method of manufacturing a system of panel furniture according to any one of the preceding paragraphs, characterized in that it includes the steps of cutting panels, sealing the edges and drilling holes, at the stage of drilling, the positioning parameter of the front row installation holes (6) is w when the door panel or sliding panel the drawer refers to the type of outer cover structure, the positioning parameter of the front row system holes (5) of the side panel (1) is w when the door panel or drawer panel is of the sun type of a triple structure, the positioning parameter of the front row system holes (5) of the side panel (1) is the sum of w and the distance between the front edge of the side panel (1) and the front edge of the insulation panel (2), and w is the value of the positioning parameter.
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